Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-win Marriage Paperback
Building a Win-win Marriage
by Robert Lewis; William Hendricks;
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Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-win Marriage
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Ozzie and Harriet are goneand with them, the idea that the traditional marriage is the only right way. Yet today's couples are also discovering that the "roleness" marriage in which everything is equal, with no distinction between male and female, isn't all that satisfying either.
Rocking the Roles examines what the Bible really has to say about male and female roles. A far cry from the restrictions of the traditional marriage or the formlessness of modern marriage, this approach offers a perfect blend of structure and equality, balance and beauty.
If you want a marriage in which fairness, respect, and support operate equally between you and your spouse, it's time to "rock the roles" and discover God's radical, inspired, and timeless design for lasting marriage. This book explores:
What the "S" word (submission) is and is not
Common myths and misunderstanding about marriage roles
Spiritual leadership as practical responsibility, not privileged rank
What husbands and wives most need to understand about each other
'Core' roles that don't limit choices but help prioritize commitments, energy, and time
How to transform your marriage by applying these practical, biblical principles to day-to-day life
Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-win Marriage by Robert Lewis;William Hendricks was published by Navpress in January 1999 and is our 38605th best seller. The ISBN for Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-win Marriage is 9781576831250.
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|Page last updated||7th July 2015|
|Author / Artist||Robert Lewis;William Hendricks|
|Publisher||Navpress (January 1999)|
|Edition||Revised and Updated ed.|
|Number of Pages||272|